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Imagine actually travelling to Kazakhstan to watch Scotland get pumped. 

They should all be given medals and their money back for sitting through that.

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SCOTLAND LEFT-BACK
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INJURED

 

 

 


SCOTLAND LEFT-BACK
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OUT OF THE SQUAD

 

 

 


SCOTLAND LEFT-BACK
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LEFT BACK HOME

 

Edited by Mon Dieu

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3 minutes ago, Ulises de la Cruz said:

Imagine actually travelling to Kazakhstan to watch Scotland get pumped. 

Anyone who is surprised  that Scotland lost the game needs there fucking head looked at .

McLeish is doing exactly what Strachan did ,and that is topping up his pension .

The arseholes at the S.F.A . should be bulleted they couldn't run a bath ,absolute fuckin numpties .

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8 minutes ago, skippy2015 said:


They should all be given medals and their money back for sitting through that.

Nah, it's their loyalty that allows these p***ks to perpetuate the shite, hit them where it hurts, let Scotland play home games in empty stadiums until the beaks start implementing a proper plan to improve our game.

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He sounded like Teresa May there. We started brightly he lied. 2 down in 9 minutes. It was the worst ever result in history. Like Mays deal. He then blamed all his players. Least he knows how to remove us from Europe quickly.

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The usual discussions about developing players, kids playing football and the standard and nature of coaching in this country are of course relevant here, but the fact is that we fielded a team of players today more than good enough to beat Kazakhstan. Fucking Kazakhstan. We've got a decent pool of players at our disposal; right-back and possibly up front aside, either established players of a very decent quality or young players progressing well at their clubs make up the bulk of our squad. We didn't lose this game today because nine-year-olds are playing eleven-a-side with full-sized goals, nor because games consoles and YouTube have stolen some of football's market share as the extra-curricular activities of our kids. We lost it because we've got a complete joke of a governing body which has been failing us for a long time now, and in the past decade pretty glaringly so across the board. A governing body which failed to appoint a genuinely interested party who looked the perfect fit in favour of a guy whose sell-by date has long since passed. 

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Nah, it's their loyalty that allows these p***ks to perpetuate the shite, hit them where it hurts, let Scotland play home games in empty stadiums until the beaks start implementing a proper to improve our game.


Loads of the Scottish ‘Premiership’ games have been played in empty stadiums for years and haven’t seen the beaks implementing any decent plans.

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5 minutes ago, Mastermind said:

 


Loads of the Scottish ‘Premiership’ games have been played in empty stadiums for years and haven’t seen the beaks implementing any decent plans.

 

It's the National side that needs boycotting for this plan to oust the "beaks" to work.

Scotland is still relatively well supported comparatively......sadly.

 

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19 minutes ago, sjc said:

A wee insight into what you're up against Scotland:

Here in Japan every high school kid from 11yo that picks football as their "club activity" receives 1-2hours coaching Monday to Friday and all day Sunday either training or playing a game against a rival school.

After the best school in the Prefecture (Region) is decided over the year, said school goes on to play the other best school Prefectures in a knock out competition which is shown live on TV in December.

They do the same for baseball and rugby. 

Anyone complaining about the cost should bear in mind that since the Asian stock market crash in 97, Japan has one of the highest debt to GDP rates on the planet.

If we had a population of 126 million we would manage to be as shite as Japan.

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On 13/03/2019 at 23:47, Enigma said:

 

Anybody else going? Should be an experience.

 

Anyway how will we be lining up?

 

Well we do our usual a f**k it against some minnows from the East?

 

With the greatest of respect, you'd have to be off your f*cking rocker to spend that kind of money watching that utter shite.

I doubt if I'd leave The Clockwork if Scotland were playing at Hampden. 

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2 minutes ago, Detournement said:

If we had a population of 126 million we would manage to be as shite as Japan.

Ah the old population argument....... Croatia, Iceland etc etc.

As for Japan being shite.......they made to knock out stages of last year's World Cup and put up a pretty decent show v Belgium. We'll see soon enough how Scotland do in a competitive game versus them.....

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Everyone is moaning but the reality is that if you have two centre backs with less than 100 top level appearances between them, a right back who has never held down a first team spot for any length of time in the English lower leagues and a left back who is a mediocre midfielder who specialises in being a better looking Scott Brown then you are not going to win anywhere. If Robertson, Tierney and Mulgrew bother their arse to play and it's a different story.

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Got shouted down by a few earlier.

 

Apparently, just cos you play in the English Premiership, doesn’t make you that good.

 

For various reasons we were missing 10 English Premiership regulars today and we all saw what happened.

 

You cannot miss out on quality like that and expect everything to be okay.

 

The opposition were totally underestimated.

 

We have a specialist defensive midfielder in McTominay. Good enough to help Man Utd win 5 games in a row and beat PSG away from home. But not good enough for Scotland.

 

Says it all really.

 

McLeish must go and he must go now.

 

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2 minutes ago, Jeremiah Cole said:

Got shouted down by a few earlier.

 

Apparently, just cos you play in the English Premiership, doesn’t make you that good.

 

For various reasons we were missing 10 English Premiership regulars today and we all saw what happened.

 

You cannot miss out on quality like that and expect everything to be okay.

 

The opposition were totally underestimated.

 

We have a specialist defensive midfielder in McTominay. Good enough to help Man Utd win 5 games in a row and beat PSG away from home. But not good enough for Scotland.

 

Says it all really.

 

McLeish must go and he must go now.

 

That's  a good summing up .The jobs yours if you want it .

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49 minutes ago, King Kebab said:

Remember when Bielsa wanted the job but they gave it to McLeash???
Whatever happened to him???

No, never heard of this 'McLeash'. Is he better than McLeish?

47 minutes ago, San Starko Rover said:

Remember when Lars Lagerbäck wanted it and we gave it to another useless c**t

A dreadful piece of business. Folk should have been fired for that. Fired in to the sun.

32 minutes ago, 7-2 said:

Indeed. It's Scottish sport in general. You just need to look over the water to Ireland to see how far we've regressed. They used to mainly be an easy touch for us and while we've floundered around, their football, rugby and cricket teams have overtaken us big time and we struggle to beat any of them as they continually progress on the world stage. Even their rugby clubs are successful in the major competitions while we struggle to qualify. When it comes to sport, something is definitely rotten in the state of Scotland.

I genuinely think there is a huge issue with the mentality of Scotland and Scottish people. So much negativity and excuses for everything from too many people. The confidence is lacking from too many. The negative folk absolutely love to knock the confidence out of people and drag them down and bitterness is far too common across the country.

I think management knocked all the confidence out of the team. McFadden reeling off a list of excuses on Sportscene on Sunday should have rung huge alarm bells.

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4 minutes ago, Detournement said:

Everyone is moaning but the reality is that if you have two centre backs with less than 100 top level appearances between them, a right back who has never held down a first team spot for any length of time in the English lower leagues and a left back who is a mediocre midfielder who specialises in being a better looking Scott Brown then you are not going to win anywhere. If Robertson, Tierney and Mulgrew bother their arse to play and it's a different story.

Shoving in better defenders might well have prevented one, two or even all of the goals, but the fact is that we didn't score or apply any kind of consistent pressure either in possession or out of it. No player looked comfortable or like he knew what either the collective or individual duties of the team were. Middle-to-front, we were hardly weak, and yet we did absolutely nothing in that game. The "different story" would likely only amount to an embarrassing 1-0 as opposed to an entirely humiliating pumping.

 

3 minutes ago, Jeremiah Cole said:

For various reasons we were missing 10 English Premiership regulars today and we all saw what happened.

You cannot miss out on quality like that and expect everything to be okay.

The opposition were totally underestimated.

We have a specialist defensive midfielder in McTominay. Good enough to help Man Utd win 5 games in a row and beat PSG away from home. But not good enough for Scotland.

McLeish must go and he must go now.

 

Look at the level at which each of those Kazakh players performs at. A far lesser quality of player than we had available today - again, the result was nothing to do with who we had available. Our squad is more than good enough to be swatting such minnows aside.

McTominay has been alright for Man Utd, but a defensive midfielder (he's not exactly a classic one, by any means) really isn't what we should require in a game we are overwhelming favourites to win. The midfield three that started the game is the exact same one I'd have chose, albeit with McGinn deeper and McGregor and Armstrong advanced.

Agree on your final point though. No way back for him after something like this and, into the bargain, he's shown nothing to suggest we can be at all successful under him.

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